First of all you'll want to start a game on Alan Wake and once you get past the first checkpoint, save your game and exit to the dashboard. Then go to system settings > memory and find where you saved your game. After that transfer your save to your USB, insert it into your computer and extract into Horizon using the device
explorer. You can then start using the modding tool to mod your save.
As you can see from the images above there are a few things which can be modded by the Alan Wake tool. You can unlock each level at each game difficulty. Just select
the game difficulty via the drop down menu and press unlock all for the selected difficulty to unlock all the levels for that difficulty. To unlock all the levels for
every difficulty just select "unlock all for all difficulties".
You can also unlock the manuscript pages. You can unlock them individually or altogether - the choice is yours. To unlock them all select "unlock all" or to unlock
individual ones select which episode you want to unlock manually.
The tool also allows you to edit your stats. You can edit your kills by either selecting the max button which will edit the value to the maximum available or you can
edit the number yourself using the up/down arrows or entering a value manually. You can also edit your values for Chests, Radios, Signs, Thermos and T.V shows. To do
this, simply select add all individually for each item or select the big "add all" button to add everything. After you've finished modding your save, click save to
rehash and resign it.
Assassins Creed II
The Assassin's Creed II Save Editor, has just one button Max Money, you cannot really go wrong using this tool.
You can either click Max Money, or enter a custom amount of how much you want ingame.
Once happy, click save to rehash and resign.
First, load your "Brink.dat" save into the Brink editor.
You save should load and list the all the dvars for the save
Make sure your File selection is on "0004"
For values like this
1=true & 0=False or for some it could be "1.0" or "0.0"
for dvars like this
can be personal preference, higher the value, higher the speed.
You can also add Dvars to your save for stuff like God mode, Aim bot, etc.
When adding dvars, you must put "seta (Dvar) "Value"
A full list of all the dvars for Brink can be found here: [ Register or Signin to view external links. ]
Once you are happy with your settings, click save at the top.
This Editor is similar to the Assassin's Creed II editor, except, it changes from Money to Skill Points.
You can click Max to get the Max Amount of Skill Points possible, or enter a custom amount.
Once you're happy, click save to rehash and resign.
The Crackdown editor is fairly simple to use. Using the tool you can edit the values of "Orbs".
You can edit the values manually or by selecting the "Maximum Values" option. There's also the option to remove or restore Orbs on the right hand side of the tool. If you don't want to neither, keep the option as "unchanged".
The Crackdown 2 editor is simple to use as you only have to edit the values that are available.
There are five skills that you can choose to edit: Agility, Explosives, Strength, Firearms and driving. You can edit each skill level by entering a value manually, 1 being the minimum and 5 being the maximum value.
Dead Rising 2
You can edit your Level,PP, and Money with just a few clicks.
Once happy, click save to rehash and resign.
Devil May Cry 4
First of all you'll want to start a game on DMC 4 and save your game after a checkpoint and exit to the dashboard. Then go to system settings > memory and find where you saved your game. After that transfer your save to your USB, insert it into your computer and extract it to Horizon using the device explorer. You can then start using the modding tool to mod your save.
With the DMC 4 editor you can edit Blood Orbs, Proud Souls and your score. The dropdown menu above these three things signifies which level youre on, for example Level 2. To mod any of the aforementioned things, simply enter a value manually or select the Max option. When youre happy, click save to rehash and resign.
First of all you'll want to start a game on DiRT 2 and save your game and exit to the dashboard. Then go to system settings > memory and find where you saved your game. After that transfer your save to your USB, insert it into your computer and extract it to Horizon using the device explorer. You can then start using the modding tool to mod your save.
The only thing you can edit using the DiRT 2 tool is your balance. You can edit your balance manually or use the max balance option. Once youre happy, save to rehash and resign.
F.E.A.R. & F.E.A.R 2
First, load either your F.E.A.R "checkpoint save" or your F.E.A.R 2 "checkpoint save" into it's corresponding editor.
I will be using the F.E.A.R 2 Editor.
It should load a list of all the dvars in your save.
These are values for different things in the game like ammo, health, money, etc.
For dvars like this for example,
1.000000=true & 0.000000=false.
Then there are dvars like this,
these you can edit with any value, obviously the higher the number, higher the jump speed. e.g "9.000000"
Here is a small list of dvars that you may want to edit, just scroll until you find them.
These values can vary depends on what you would like, just try them out.
Once you are happy with your settings, click "Save" at the top.
First, load your Fifa 11 personal settings in the Fifa editor
Should load with all your stats,attributes,etc.
From here, you can edit your wins,goals,etc.
If you would like to max all your physical skills, press the "Max physical skills" button.
If you click on the "General tab" it will give you more options like your name,kit,height, and some skills. Press the "Max Values" button to max the 4 skills in this tab.
Last but not least, the Position skills tab. Here you can edit all the atributes of your virutal pro, if you don't really care and just want them maxed, just click the "Max position Skills" button.
Once you are happy with all of your changes, click "Save" at the top.
Force Unleashed 2
The FU2 editor is broken down into different parts based on settings and objects of the game.
First you will first see this,
Click store, and select whichever slot you campaign is in(probably active slot). You will be presented with more options. If you want to modify game options click prefs, otherwise, click profile.
First you can mod your concept art, change both of those to 1.000000.
Now click Saber crystals, here change each value to 2.000000, this will unlock both crystals. Don't mess with Default crystal.
For cheats, change each value to 1.000000.
Next click costumes, these have either 1.000000 or 2.000000 as the value. The one's that have the 2.0 etc. value are the da60bahJedi, catoflightsuit, rebelshiphero, and the kamino tunic. the FU1 classic costume, just put the value "2".
For trailers, put 2.000000 for both.
For rewards, just copy my settings.
For cinematics, put 1.000000 for each value.
For databank, each value should be 1.000000.
For most cases 1.000000,1.0,1= enabled/unlocked 0.000000,0= Disabled/locked
The Forza 3 tool is pretty simple to use.
With the Forza 3 modding tool you can edit three values: XP, Credits and Level.
There is no maximum vaue option so you'll have to input the values yourself and to your own choice. It's recommended that you don't go overboard and give yourself ridiculous amounts.
Forza 3 Screenshot
First, load your Forza 3 screenshot file into the screen shot editor.
Your car picture should come up
If you would like to save a copy of the car as a .jpeg file, click "extract", and save it.
if you would like to inject a photo of your own to replace the car click "inject"
You should get a message saying it injected correctly.
Once you have injected, click "Save" at the top.
Forza 4 Livery Tool
When you open this tool it'll look something similar to this.
Once it's all loading you can now extract or inject liverys, or you can unlocker them all with this button.
Once you've done, click the Save button and your all done!
Gears of War
First off, open your Gears of War 3 checkpoint.
It's pretty simple to use, just select the weapon, and the amount of ammo you want. If you just want max, click the "max ammo" button.
Gears of War 2
Like the Gears of war editor, you can edit your weapon/ammo for each slot.
If you just want max ammo, click "Max ammo"
Gears of War 3
Here, you can edit your weapon/ammo for each character for the campaign.
The GTA IV tool may look a bit tricky to use but it really isn't. With a few simple clicks you can have your save game modded with max health/armour and near unlimited ammo.
The GTA IV tool allows you to edit two things: Player traits and weapons.
Editing your players traits allows you to change the values for your players Health, armour and money. You can add your own values or you can select the maximum value option.
Editing your weapons allows you to select a weapon for each category e.g baseball bat for melee. After you've selected a weapon for a category you can edit the values for the ammo for that weapon. Again you can do this manually or by using the max ammo option.
Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST & Halo: Reach
All 3 off these editors are almost identical and very easy to use!
When you open your Gamesave in either of these editors you will see a Weapons Tab and a Grenades Tab and on the ODST you have a Max Health Tab.
On the Halo 3 Editor, you will see that there are 3 weapon slots, this is because you can get akimbo, so you can mod you akimbo weapons. (Swapping the Weapon in game for another gun doesn't let you have infinite ammo on the one you picked up.)
Mine says Not Equipped because I am currently not using Akimbo weapons
On the Grenades a Shields Tab, it'll show you all the grenades, and a Max shields button, the Max Shields button is for Infinite Health.
On the ODST Editor when you load it you only get 2 weapons, your primary and secondary.
Then like the Halo 3 Editor you have a Grenades Tab. Pretty straight forward, just press Max Amount.
For Infinite Health, there is a tab on this editor called Max Health, click it and it'll turn Orange. This means it's active.
Halo: Reach Editor is identical to the ODST one apart from the Grenade Tab names it's abbreviated to Nades and Health
In that tab, you also get infinite vehicle shields, which means you vehicle can't be destroyed. Click it and it'll highlight, meaning it's activated.
NFS: Hot Pursuit
The NFS: Hot Pursuit tool is easy to use, it edits the amount of Bounty you've got.
A certain amount of Bounty is equal to a certain level. The levels go 1 - 20, clicking Max Bounty on Horizon, will set you to level 20.
If you want to get to a certain level, visit this link: [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] to find the amount of Bounty that is equal to a certain level.
You can also add your PC save game - click on the option in the top right hand side of the tool.
First of all you'll want to start a game on Oblivion and save your game and exit to the dashboard. Then go to system settings > memory and find where you saved your game. After that transfer your save to your USB, insert it into your computer and extract it to Horizon using the device explorer. You can then start using the modding tool to mod your save.
The Oblivion editor has many things you can edit such as your player, your skills, in game stats and also your inventory. Note that the maximum values for level is 100 while the max values for skills as well as player abilities e.g Strength, Will power, Endurance etc, is 255. You can also edit your name, gold, hair colour and how much lockpicks you have. Another useful feature is the tool to edit your location this is particularly useful if you want to go the Test Hall which contains lots of items and other things.
The position of the Test Hall is:
Location - 3DB92
Y - 1932.375000000
X - 1823.990000000
Z - 7162.773000000
Test Hall contents:
Unlabelled room (simply said "wooden door to" this room is not labelled and is small, containing labelled crates and chests that have all of the official items in the game, including many if not all quest items. Sigil Stones of varying effects and power can also be found here, as well as enchanted and levelled items.
Armour warehouse housing all armour items in Oblivion
Weapons warehouse housing all weapons
Clothing warehouse housing all clothing items (including Uriel Septim's attire)
Book warehouse a library of Oblivion's books
Creature Grove an open space area with all of Oblivion's animals and creatures in it
Lock pick warehouse a room full of locked gates
AI testing warehouse a room with NPCs to test AI functions
Alchemy warehouse a room with all alchemy ingredients inside it
Container warehouse a room full of containers
Lighting warehouse a dimly lit room with an array of light sources to test their lighting effects
Hawkhaven A test town with at least one guard, a merchant with a lot of gold and some items for sale, and a few various test NPCs, a place to create Black Soul Gems, with enterable test buildings.
Vampire warehouse- small room where you can become a vampire and feed on someone.It is also a "wooden door to".
Credit to Oblivion Wiki.
The editors for player, skills and stats are simple to use and are pretty much the same. Either input a value manually or select the max option. The inventory editor allows you to add any item as well as allowing you to edit how much of it as well as it's health, you can use the item's i.d number to add the desired item to your inventory. Once youre happy with your save, save to rehash and resign. Note that the inventory editor is for Diamond members only.
Resident Evil 5
The Resident Evil 5 tool is one of the newest tools to be added to Horizon, and is simple enough to use. When you first load it into Horizon you will be shown with a screen like this
On the left side of the Editor you will see Item and Statistics, the item won't show anything until you click something from the Inventory, Chris's Items or Sheva's Items.
With the Item highlighted on from the list from the Inventory, you can now edit it you what you want. Changing the Item itself, from a Weapon to Ammunition etc, etc.
Once you chose what Class you want, you can now edit the item to whatever you want, depending on what Class it's in.
Once you've chosen your Item or Weapon, you can now edit how many you have of it.
Once your done that, you now go onto edit move of your Inventory, or you can edit Chris's or Sheva's Items, you can do this by click here and choosing a Character or Inventory.
Once your edited them both you can now edit the amount of Gold and Exchange points you have. Gold is used to buy items in game, and upgrade guns etc... The Exchange Points are used to buy Figures of Characters and Monsters you seen throughout the game.
Test Drive Unlimited 2
The TDU 2 editor allows you to edit quite a few things: Money, Casino chips, Collection Points, Competition Points, Social points and also giving you the option to unlock all places within the game.
It also gives you the option to edit the amount of points you have in areas in the regions of Ibiza and Hawaii.
The tool is fairly simple to use, You can enter values manually or by selecting the "max" option for each corresponding option. You can also unlock all places in game by selecting the "unlock all places" option. Note the disclaimer when using this option:
You can also lock all places by selecting the "lock all" option.
Yu Gi Oh 5D's
The Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's Tool is fairly simple to use.
First save with the deck you wish to mod/ edit. Then put your device into horizon and open the Yu-Gi-Oh Mod Tool.
You can do a few things with this tool like unlock all cards like how it shows above. Unfortunately it only unlocks 1 of every card and if you had 2 or 3 of one card it will be reset to 1.
Another option is the ability to change cards in your current deck. If you only have 1 card but would like to have multiple of the same card in your deck you can select a card you do not want anymore and change it to one you wish to add by selecting the card to change and then pressing the drop down bar to select a new card.
If you want to quick search for a card then select on of the cards at the top and from there press the first letter of the card yu want until it shows up.
After you have selected the card you wanted to take the place of another card press the save button and you're done.
You can add as many of the same cards as you want including cards that only allow you to have 1 of them in your deck like the exodia pieces and have a deck filled with them.
This is a tool which shouldn't be messed with, unless you know what your doing!
Oh yeah, as you can see it says Gamertag, this does not change your Gamertag for free!
The Services should be messed with. Also where is says Development Kit Account, only click that if you have a XDK. Doing so without one will corrupt your Profile.
If you click Password Protected it lets you set a passcode on your Account, so when you sign you have it enter it, or you cannot sign in.
The XUID cannot be edited because if it was you wouldn't be able to connect to Xbox LIVE. Also editing the other two will cut off your access to Xbox LIVE.
When you open your Profile in the Achievement Unlocker, you will get something similar to this.
At the top of the Achievement Unlocker you will see this, it may not be the same, it probably will be a different game.
There are two buttons, "Unlock All Displayed" which unlocks all the Achievements for the Game which is currently highlighted. The other button is "Extract GPD", you'll need this if you are going to inject it to another Profile, or you can mod the game via GPD.
That is the game currently selected, you can select another game from the list dislayed on the left hand side.
This shows all the games currently on your Profile. If you have a lot of games on your Profile and you don't want to maunally search through the list. There is a search bar at the bottom for Game Titles or Game ID's.
If you select a game with a lot of Achievements and only want to unlocker a certain one, you can search it here
Once you select a game and find the Achievement(s) you want to unlock click them and it'll turn yellow
At the top now you will see something similar to this
This shows the details about the Achievement, it's Locked and Unlocked Description and the amount of Gamerscore it's worth. It's now up to you, to unlock it, Offline or Online.
If you choose to set it as Unlocked Offline you will not have to enter a date when it was unlocked, but if you unlock in Online you will. This is called a time stamp.
If you don't feel like doing any of that and your not really bothered about being reset, there is a button in the top right which will unlock every achievement for every game.
When the Horizon Gamer Picture Manager has opened, click on "Search for a game".
In the search box, type in the name of the game that has the gamerpicture you want. Once the results are loaded, click "Use this Game" at the bottom.
After you click "Use this Game", you should see Gamerpictures appearing for the game you chose.
Once you see the picture you want in the Selected Gamerpicture box, hit Save and it'll either overwrite your current gamerpicture, or create a new picture pack, depending if you opened your Profile into the GPM.
Note that this is still a work in progress and will be finished in due time. Hope you learned something. If you need any other further help, post below.
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[font=Comfortaa:e4ab1dcc70]Are you going for the sticky?
Anyway, great job on making a thread on this. Very detailed notes and well organised.
I don't go for stickies. My only objective is to enlighten and help out others in regards to Horizon. This is posted on XMB but with people posting often in regards to Horizon and it's tools i thought i'd post it here too.